These are story bundles that I’m featured in. If you haven’t been introduced to the world of the story bundle and you love reading, then start exploring right away. Story bundles consist of books or short stories by multiple writers, and usually for no more than $15.
Flights of imagination needn’t be long in order to weave a wonderful tale. Join these authors in their shorter flights for a broad array of fabulous short stories in science fiction, fantasy, horror, and more. Perfect imaginative getaways for commuting, breaks and lunchtimes, bedtime reading, or anytime you want to pack a great read into a short time.
Juliette is an undercover princess, working as a boatman in the military. The worst of her concerns is what work detail she will be on next … until a messenger brings word her father, the king, is dead at the hands of his brother. Now he’s coming for Juliette and she’s running out of time.
Voices in the fog call to war veteran Meredith Talmadge. Those voices drew her grandfather into the sea to his death. What did he hear in the voices? Meredith needs to solve the mystery, and to do that, she has to face the fog. But now those voices want her, and what they seek will change her forever …
This story was a winner of the Enchanted Spark Photo Flare Contest.
This weekend, I made an attempt to see Wonder Woman. But when I showed up an hour in advance at the movie theater, it was sold out except for a few seats in the front. So I’ll try again next weekend. But it’s a good sign … especially for a movie the studio gave up on. They hardly even advertised it, but word of mouth is pretty potent.
So I spent Saturday building book covers. These are the covers for short stories coming later in June.
This is a dark science fiction story, a legacy of my Desert Storm days. I knew a person like the character’s friend in the story.
And these are the ones for July, including a GALCOM universe novella and short story. It also marks the first mystery I’m publishing.
This started from old sailing stories like the Mary Celeste and the Flying Dutchman. Why not a spaceship?
When I was driving home, a white dog was standing up on his hind legs, feet propped up on a fence, looking like he was chatting with the neighbors. So I had to use him in a story.
My research topics for this week were:
Tents (research for GALCOM 3)
Grizzly Adams (no relation to me)
Japanese Battleship Mutzo
Military name tag placement (Research for GALCOM 3)
Plasma meteor (doesn’t that sound cool?)
California Water Wars
St, Francis Dam
It’s interesting looking at this list after a week. There’s a lot of topics on here that I don’t remember anything about, and others that, as I typed them, I remembered what I enjoyed about the topic. Despite growing up in Southern California and seeing places like Mulholland Drive, I had no idea why it was named that, nor did I know about the California Water Wars. The St. Francis Dam ended William Mulholland’s career in public works when it collapsed only a few hours after he inspected it.
Men visit Rewa’s island with monstrous automatons and promises–and the ability to help her walk normally again. They just want to farm the sugar cane fields for Rewa and her people. If one farmer agrees, everyone will agree. The decision hangs on what Rewa does. And no matter what her decision Rewa makes, it will cost her.
Five of Linda Maye Adams’ fantasy stories. The collection includes Writers of the Future honorable mention “A Quartet of Clowns,” the action story “River Flight,” the flash fiction “Healer’s Tent,” the action story “Booby-Trap at Beaver River,” and reader favorite “Words of Rain and Shadows.”
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